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Hillary Clinton Comes Out Against Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte

How will Clinton's stance on the issue affect her presidential prospects? With her poll numbers sagging as the 2016 presidential primary season draws near, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is trying to engage voters any way she can. Show More Summary

Inside 'My Kitchen Year,' Ruth Reichl's New Cookbook

Reichl opens up on her new book, which hits shelves Tuesday. Ruth Reichl — a woman whose resume (food critic at the Los Angeles Times and New York Times; EIC of Gourmet magazine) precedes her — is about to embark upon a whirlwind of a book tour for her first cookbook in over 40 years: My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life. Show More Summary

Hummus Beer Does Not Come With a Side of Pita

It is gluten-free, though. An Israeli brewery, Meadan Craft Brewing, is now making a beer that uses chickpeas as one of the primary ingredients. Turns out Meadan is the only brewery using chickpeas as a base. The brewery wanted to make a kosher-for-Passover gluten-free beer, so it drummed up the Meadan Chickpea Malt Ale.

Emeril Lagasse's Secrets to Career Longevity

An hour-long chat with the guy who cooked for astronauts and made it rain white truffle flakes at Sammy Hagar's wedding. Emeril Lagasse is the James Beard Award-winning chef/owner behind 11 restaurants across the country, including the 25-year-old Emeril’s in New Orleans and Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House in Las Vegas. Show More Summary

Man Threatens to Shoot Employees and Burn Restaurant Down Over Incorrect Order

The employees forgot the eggs on the man's sandwich. Receiving the wrong order is frustrating, but it is never a good enough reason to make violent threats. According to M Live, a man in his 40s threatened to burn down a restaurant in Flint, Mich., and shoot its employees last week. Show More Summary

Twin Peaks Mysteriously Shutters Another Texas Location, Possibly Due to Foul Play

Former employees claim that they were not informed by management of the closure. Twin Peaks, the highly-profitable breastaurant with a Lynchian name, has permanently shuttered a central Texas outpost with no warning. According to KWTX, the corporate office has permanently closed down a location in Harker Heights. Show More Summary

Beer Made From a Brewmaster's Beard Yeast Is the Official Drink of No-Shave November

Meet Rogue Ales' Beard Beer. Oregon-based brewery Rogue Ales, which makes Beard Beer — a beer brewed with "wild yeast created from" its brewmaster John Maier's beard — is teaming up with the only charity that it complements, No-Shave November. Show More Summary

Chipotle Has Solved Its Carnitas Crisis

Every location will have carnitas on the menu again by the end of November. It was a long and pork-less road, but it appears that The Great Chipotle Carnitas Shortage of 2015 has officially come to an end. According to CBS News, carnitas are now back on the menu at 90 percent of the burrito chain's locations across the U.S. Show More Summary

The Hottest New Restaurants in Omaha, September 2015

Nine new restaurants to check out in Omaha, Nebraska right now. Today, Eater returns to Omaha, Nebraska to focus on nine newish restaurants that have been garnerings some serious buzz. As like last time around, Eater has asked OmahaShow More Summary

Starbucks Spells Caitlyn Jenner's Name Correctly; Sandra Lee Blessed by the Pope

Plus, all about Taco Bell's new website — Taco Bell has expanded its order-ahead mobile app to the web with, a new website that allows users to place orders and pay ahead from desktop computers or tablets. According to a release,...Show More Summary

Is Protein Beer the Key to Your Six-Pack Dreams?

Meet Brewtein. Typically drinking a six-pack of beer doesn't lead to six-pack abs, but one man is hoping to change that. Meet Blake Konrardy, a beer lover, workout enthusiast, and big dreamer. He is attempting to launch a line of "fitness...Show More Summary

Whole Foods Cuts 1,500 Jobs in an Attempt to Lower Prices and Upgrade Technology

The cuts will take place over the next eight weeks. Whole Foods' workforce will soon no longer be whole. According to the Associated Press, the upscale grocery store chain is letting 1,500 employees go, which is approximately 1.6 percent of its workers. Show More Summary

‘Parts Unknown’ Cuba: Just the One-Liners

The 15 best Anthony Bourdain quips from the season six premiere. John F. Kennedy's familiar Massachusetts drawl opens the sixth season of Anthony Bourdain's award-winning travelogue Parts Unknown — perhaps not surprisingly, given that the show's premiere episode takes place in Cuba. Show More Summary

Starbucks Is Giving UK Workers Interest-Free Home Loans and Pay Raises

Staff must be employed at least one year to be eligible for loans. While the Starbucks is aiming to improve baristas' work schedules stateside, the coffee chain is raising wages and offering housing assistance to staff in the U.K. According to CNBC, workers who have been on staff for at least a year are eligible for interest-free home loans. Show More Summary

Watch Daniel Boulud Prepare Poulet a la Crème

The chef cooks a simple chicken dish from the French countryside.

Anti-Gentrification Protestors Swarm London’s Cereal Killer Café

The group threw paint at the shop and scrawled "scum" on the windows. Hundreds of anti-gentrification protestors organized by the anarchist group Class War swarmed east London's Cereal Killer Café on Saturday evening, according to The Guardian. Show More Summary

This Sunken Chocolate Soufflé Cake Recipe Is Perfect for Your Next Dinner Party

It's from the new Violet Bakery Cookbook, out next week. Summer's heat has begun to diminish, and that means fall baking season approaches. Looking for a dessert for your next dinner party? Baker Claire Ptak of London's Violet cakeshop...Show More Summary

Disney World Is Cracking Down on Third-Party Restaurant Reservation Services

Disney Dining Buddy shut down its website this week. Restaurant reservations at Walt Disney World are a hot-ticket item, resulting in an unauthorized online market for coveted tables at the Orlando theme park. Now, Disney appears to be cracking down on these third-party services. Show More Summary

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